Jensen Speaker Series presents Dr. Victor Rios, Associate Dean of Social Sciences and Professor in the Department of Sociology, UC- Santa Barbara, “The Youth Control Complex, the School-to-Prison Pipeline, and The Criminalization of Black and Latino Boys”
Jensen Speaker Series presents Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Dustin Avent-Holdt, Augusta University discuss "Relational Inequalities”
The Center for Family & Demographic Research presents Declining Fertility in the U.S.: Interpretations, Predictions, and Implications
This webinar will present empirical insights on COVID-19 impacts based on analyses of extant data with a focus on and possibilities for international comparisons. Presenters and papers include:
Join Professors Anna Gassman-Pines and Adriane Lentz-Smith, Associate Professors in Public Policy for the conversation, “Well-Being for Children and Families During COVID-19.”
Benjamin Goldstein, Duke Children's Health & Discovery Initiative presents “Working with EHR Data from Duke University Health System: What is it and How Do I do it?"
Duke Sociology Jensen Lecture Series - "Rethinking the 'Retreat from Marriage' in Japan" with James Raymo
Early Childhood Initiative Series: Race and Class Disparities in Parental Spending on Children's Care and Education - Heather Hill
The Center for Child and Family Policy invites you to attend the Early Childhood Initiative lecture: "Race and Class Disparities in Parental Spending on Children's Care and Education."
Speaker: Heather Hill, Associate Professor, Evans School of Public Policy, University of Washington
Date: March 17, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm,
Location: Sanford Building, Rubenstein Hall, Room 200